‘Obreh’ continues to spearhead Dulwich Hamlet midfield
February 7, 2017 By Sahr Morris Jnr
Former Sierra Leone international, Ibrahim ‘Obreh’ Kargbo continues his good form and commanding dominance in the art of English Isthmian League Premier Division side, Dulwich Hamlet midfield.
The veteran ex-Leone Stars captain together with Kenny Beaney were at their best, as they helped the non-league side took control and dictating the flow of the ball in their goalless draw against Braintree Town in the FA Trophy clash on Saturday.
Kargbo who is suspended from Sierra Leone national team over allegations of match-fixing continued to ply his trade in the English lower league. He is also banned from playing football in the Netherlands after the Royal Dutch Football Association reported that they found evidence of him being actively involved in match fixing, specifically in a match against FC Utrecht on 9 August, 2009.
Another Sierra Leonean midfielder, Alhassan Bangura, was engaged over the weekend in the FA Trophy third round but unlike Kargbo, Bangura was an unused sub in Nuneaton Town defeat to York City.
Elsewhere, youngster, Issa Kallon, has 81 minutes action for Emmen in their 3-1 win over Volendam, while in Scotland, right-back; Mustapha Dumbuya has his first full time action for Partick Thistle since recovery from a lengthy injury. Dumbuya’s Thistle suffered 2-0 defeat away to Aberdeen.
In Dubai, striker Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara scored a brace for Häcken BK in their 2-3 defeat against Molde in a pre-season friendly while Kei Kamara on Friday continued his good pre-season scoring by netting his second goal in as many games.
Kamara used his head to score against the New York Red Bulls thanks to Lee Nguyen assist.